Guidance Waves: An Alternative Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Guidance waves

Ian Miller


The Guidance Wave is conceptually similar to the pilot wave of de Broglie and Bohm, but with two differences: while the wave function is generally complex it becomes real at the antinode and physical significance is attached to that, and from the premise that the wave guides the particle, its phase velocity must equal the particle velocity, from which the wave transmits a defined energy. This permits analytical solutions to covalent bonds. The analysis of non-locality from Bell's Inequalities is flawed, while two new experiments are suggested, including one regarding a flaw in the delayed quantum eraser experiment.